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You and a friend of getting ready to study for an assessment on expressions and equations. Knowing that your friend is still getting expressions and equations mixed up and doesn’t always know how to tell if two expressions or two equations are equivalent, your job is to create a set of problems (and solutions) to help your friend study. Create a minimum of six problems that will address your friend’s misconceptions and include the solutions for her/him to study. Make sure your reasoning is clearly articulated in the solutions.

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